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>#196: Crochet or Knit

>Hey! It’s time to knit or crochet! It is easiest to learn to crochet or knit from someone who already knows how. (They might even let you borrow some of their supplies.) Make this a family activity: Is there someone in your family who knows how to knit or crochet? Ask them to teach you

>#195: Look at the Stars

>Take a look at the stars. If you don’t have a telescope, try binoculars. Learn more about stars and planets at your local observatory (a place with a large, high-powered telescope—sometimes they have nights where the general public can come and look through their big telescopes), in an astronomy book or online. The best viewing

>#192: Phoon

>Phooning is a strange, strange game. Basically, you pose like below–it almost looks like you are running. Then take a picture. See all the strange places you can phoon. Here’s a website about it: www.phoons.com Make it a family activity: See how many family photos you can get your family to ‘phoon’. This activity promotes

>#190: Memory Box

>A memory box is a decorated box for storing special items. Usually they are made to remember a person or a special event. For example, if you went on a vacation, or a friend was moving away, you might make a memory box. You will need: a small box with a lid (like a shoebox),